It may be the most outrageously generous offer WND has ever made, but it’s just about over.

For 10 years, WND has sold thousands of them for $7.50 each. For until tomorrow night at 10 p.m. Pacific,  they’re less than $1 each! And they’ll never be that low again.

Many readers call Whistleblower magazine simply the best newsmagazine in the world. Each edition focuses entirely on one big topic – a topic crucial to our readers’ well-being, but one underreported or ignored by the “mainstream media.” Thus a complete set of Whistleblower issues is nothing less than an incredibly valuable and useful research library, especially created for WND readers.

Now, for some strange reason, WND’s editors decided a while back to basically give away a complete Whistleblower set for only $34.95.

“Frankly, I’m not sure how we arrived at the $34.95 price,” says WND Editor and founder Joseph Farah. “It’s so ridiculously low. So, we’re ending this crazy offer on Friday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. Pacific. After that, the price will go way up to what it always should have been, and I promise it will never be this low again – or even close.

“Therefore,” adds Farah, “if you want the deal of the century – a complete set of Whistleblower (all the issues that are not sold out), then act now, or pay a whole lot more later.”

Here’s what you get – 39 of the most powerful “special reports” on the topics most important to WND’s readers. The issues include:

“Because of the kind of information and insight we pack into each Whistleblower edition,” said Kupelian, “they almost never go out of date. Years after we publish them, we have readers who eagerly purchase individual issues for $7.50 each, to get WND’s ‘definitive report’ on the topic of their choice.

“Now, for the next few days, here’s the chance to get the entire collection for a tiny fraction of what they normally cost.”

Until Friday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. Pacific, get your “Whistleblower Complete Set” for the ridiculously low price of $34.95!

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